The government has allowed the reopening of shopping malls, hotels, restaurants and other hospitality services along with the places of religious worship to people from June 8, however, these facilities will not be able to resume operations inside containment zones designated by authorities in states and additionally, the resumption of these activities is conditional to the standard operating procedures to be released by the ministry of health and welfare, said a government notification. … [Read more...] about Lockdown 5.0: Mall, restaurants, hotels, religious places can reopen from June 8
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Our lives are becoming increasingly sedentary with people spending most of their time sitting in front of laptop, television or mobile screens. However, our body needs at least 45 minutes of physical activity daily. Introducing habits like walking around while at work or even taking a five-minute break to go out for a stroll can help a lot. This gives the eyes a much-needed break along with the mind and body. Incorporating physical exercises such as walking, running, cycling and aerobics as part of the daily routine is beneficial for heart health. … [Read more...] about Ditch biscuits & chips, snack on almonds to improve heart health
Read our coronavirus live blog for all the latest news and updatesHe claimed the state government had the overall Covid-19 numbers under control and that the fatality rate had come down, but added that it was still not time to lower one's guard. “We are at a turning point now. The pandemic is close to peaking, or may have peaked at the moment, in Mumbai and Pune. So how we go ahead from here is important,” he said. Referring to a “second wave of infections now being seen in China and Kerala,” he added, “The experience so far has been that once curbs are eased, there’s a second wave. Will we have such a wave at all, and how strong will it be, is a question.” Asked if the novel coronavirus might ride on the back of monsoon-related illnesses once the rains begin in June, Thackeray said, in a lighter vein, “Anyone can ally with anyone these days.” Then, he added, “Everyone will have to take care that the administrative machinery … [Read more...] about Maharashtra CM’s not in favour of lifting lockdown; some easing likely
“I don’t come from any acting background, I didn’t go to acting school, I walked in from the street. I went to the audition because I was curious and I wanted to get out of the normalcy of my adolescence,” the 16-year-old tells News Corp Australia. … [Read more...] about My Brilliant Friend star reveals how hard it was to film some scenes
Arun Kumar: As Dr. John pointed out, lockdown is needed to slow the pace of increase of the disease. The apex has to be brought down to the capacity that we have and use the time of lockdown to build the capacity for health to cope with the emergency that is going to come. We need testing, more hospitalisation capacity, more doctors etc. Lockdown gave you time only for that. It is not a cure. In the lockdown, production completely stops, demand also correspondingly falls because of income decline. So what you have is a situation where both supply and demand are affected, the economy comes down, and only essentials are produced. In my judgment only 25% of the economy was working, so you had a minus 75% rate of growth, about 200 million people lost work because 94 % of the employment is in the unorganised sector. That completely stopped as they did not have working capital, supplies. So 94% of the workforce has lost employment. Those in agriculture can continue, and in mining and rural … [Read more...] about Can India’s workforce have a safe return to business?